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Atlantic / Greater New York MLA : Joint meeting 2017: Program

The Atlantic (ATMLA) and Greater New York (GNYMLA) Chapters of MLA will be holding a joint meeting this fall, to be held on the campus of Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ, on October 13-14, 2017.

Program

Program (as of September 7, 2017)

Friday, October 13, Alexander Library

Time

Event

Room/Location

Noon-1

Registration

SCC

1:00-1:15

Dee Magnoni, Director New Brunswick Libraries: Welcome

SCC

1:15-2:45

Presentations: Session 1

SCC

2:45-3:15

Refreshments

SCC

3:15-4:45

Presentations: Session 2

SCC

 

Saturday, October 14, Alexander Library

Time

Event

Room/Location

10:00-10:45

Brunch

SCC

10:45-11:45

Presentations: Session 3

SCC

11:45-12:30

Refreshments/Business Meeting

SCC

 

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On your own

 

Session 1 (1.5 hours)

Presenter

Title

Time

Lisa Woznicki

Divas and Daredevils: Establishing Strong Liaison Relationships between the Music Department and the Library

 

30

Steven Gerber

Mentoring Novice Manuscript Editors, or How I Spent My Summer

15

Christine Lutz

Making a Scene: Creating Local Music Scene Archives as Cultural Spaces

15

Lynette Ford

Access and Archival Context in Digital Early Music Manuscript Collections

30

 

Session 2 (1.5 hours)

Presenter

Title

Time

Janelle Bitter

Creating an Online Music Course: A Practical Approach

30

Joshua Henry

Access to Film Music

15

April Lynn James

Shining the Spotlight on Operas Composed by Women

45

 

Session 3 (1 hour)

Presenter

Title

Time

Stephan J. Macaluso

Every Music Librarian Should Do This, Or How a Digital Musicology Project Can Foster Self-Reflection

30

Beth Fleming

The Hamilton Effect:Taking what Students are Obsessed with and Morphing it into a Teachable Moment

30

 

 

ATMLA-GNYMLA 2017 Joint Program Committee

Jonathan Sauceda, Rutgers University

Kathleen DeLaurenti, Peabody Conservatory

Stephen Henry, University of Maryland

David M. King, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

Eric Mortensen, The Juilliard School

Colin Bitter, Rutgers University

Michael Crowley, City College of New York